Well, I wouldn't mind resizing my ext2 partition on my desktop machine..
there's a nice 3GB dos partition where I throw tar.gz files that I could
I know of at least 2 partition programs for dos, unfortunetly they don't
come with source, and besides, I do not want to get back into dos
interrupts and lowlevel coding. (Can't believe I just said.. Gone are
the old demo days..)
I'm going to keep an eye on this project though. The author says he
releases snapshots everyday.
Anyway, maintaining and supporting my current software is a big enough
drain on me to deter me from this in any event.. wishful thinking in my
previous email. Now if only there were 48 hours in a day.
Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> > Nice, but is anyone willing to test it though?!
> > Hmm. Plans for an "install-linux" script are forming in my mind :)
>> But how often do you want to resize _ext2_ partitions when
>> What we really need is a FAT/FAT32/NTFS resizer. Then incorporate
> that into the main distributions' installers. Then all those
> press hacks who keep saying that 'partitions are complicated' will
> have one less thing to complain about.
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